Need a bigger display for your mobile phone? You may be in luck. Multiple sources are reporting the next-generation iPhone may have a larger screen than its predecessors. The move is speculated to be Apple's attempt to compete with rivals, such as Samsung, which have made bigger screens on smaller devices the latest trend.
“The design change will be Apple’s first for the iPhone since 2010, when it introduced the iPhone 4,” according to a report from Bloomberg. “Electronics makers, led by Samsung, are moving toward bigger screens, as consumers use handheld devices for a broader array of tasks, including watching video, playing games and browsing the web.”
Apple has placed orders from Asian suppliers for screens bigger than the 3.5-inch size currently on iPhones. One source told Bloomberg that Steve Jobs worked closely on the design of the phone before his death in October.
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